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The distinctive brick building at the northwest corner of 7th and Granville is an interesting part of Vancouver's history. It was originally built in 1912 for the Royal Bank of Canada, and eventually became the offices of Erickson Massy during the era when Arthur Erickson was working on his famous architectural projects. In 1978 the building was acquired by noted Canadian Art Dealer Kenneth Heffel, and became his gallery until 1987. Today under the ownership of Kenneth's sons David and Robert Heffel, the building is the Vancouver location of Canada's National Auction House, Heffel Fine Art Auction House.
Heffel Vancouver is located in the heart of South Granville, the exclusive shopping and art centre of the lower mainland. The neighbourhood boasts the greatest commercial galleries, high-end clothing and furniture stores, exclusive restaurants, and the historic Stanley Theatre just up the street. New condominium developments, including a brand new residential/commercial complex right across the street, make the area come even more alive with activity.